Ok Om Bok Culture Festival

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Ok Om Bok is a traditional culture festival of Khmer people in Mekong Delta. Being one of the three biggest festivals of Khmer people, it has sacred meaning in spiritual life of these people, making a cultural characteristic of this ethnic community
 

 
Ok Om Bok festival takes place on the Full Moon day of the tenth month in Vietnamese Lunar Calendar, aiming at worshipping the Moon. Khmer people set up a table of offerings: new sticky rice, yam, coconuts, bananas, sweeties, so on. At the centre of the table, there is always a pot of tea. After each time of pouring tea into the glass, Khmer people bow their head one time to show their thanks to the Moon. 
 
 
After that, there is a colorful and sparkling lanterns ceremony on Ba Om Lake. Khmer people not only drop these lanterns on the lake but also fly them to the sky. Dozens of great lantern lighten the night sky in bustling music and the joy of Khmer people. Khmer people believe that these lanterns will bring bad luck. This colorful ceremony attracts thousands of viewers including both locals and tourists
 
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